18th Century Clignancourt Porcelain Soup Tureen


A large late 18th-century Clignancourt porcelain soup tureen and stand decorated with a traditional French design of red and blue cornflower sprigs.

Porcelain decorated with a design of cornflower sprigs, in French “Barbeau,” originated with pieces made for Queen Marie Antoinette by the Sevres factory. The underplate marked “M” for Monsieur the royal patron who later became King Louis XVIII of France.


H 1 in. x Dm 9.75 in.





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